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] as you know, the colbert nation is ever-growing. mostly because every night this inspires millions to procreate. [ laughter ] [cheers and applause] i assume some of you are doing it right now, in which case: babe ruth had a batting average of .342 and an earned run average of 2.28. you're welcome. [ laughter ] tonight i want to congratulate my wardrobe mistress antonia xereas, who just gave birth to the newest citizen of the colbert nation: loukas ramon sanchez-- [cheers and applause] classic greek name. welcome to the world, loukas, i've got a little advice for you. crying is an excellent way to get your mother's attention. works for me every time. now, please, send your mommy back to work as soon as possible. i can't dress myself. this is a clip on. not the tie-- the entire suit. [ laughter ] captioning sponsored by comedy central captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org ready to go. ready to go. ready to go. ready to go. from comedy central's world headquarters this is "the daily show" with jon stewart. ["the colbert report" theme music playing] [cheers and applau
is going to get the nod for the top job? joining me now chaplain of the colbert nation father jim martin. thank you so much for joining me. [cheers and applause] father jim, were you shocked this morning when you learned the pope would be resigning? >> i was. it's not unexpected because he talked about it sort of obliquely but i don't think anybody was expecting it. >> stephen: it's completely unexpected. i talk about running the new york city mamplet i'm never going to do it. no pope has resigned voluntarily since the pope in 1294. there's barely any trees on the planet who remember this. what happens now? there is no tradition for this. what happens? >> no there's not. there's a conclave, an election when the cardinals gather. >> stephen: there's still going to be a pope when they elect a new one. >> he's going to resign on february 28. there's no pope, a vacant seat and someone will take over in his place temporarily. >> stephen: who takes over? who is mini pope for a while? [laughter] >> the person known as the chamberlain will take over for a bit but the pope will apparently retire
at the cpac this year. >>> and we're just moments away from elizabeth colbert busch's national television visit. as a congressional democrat. we'll find out how much her brother, stephen colbert will hurt her run for office. or if it is possible he could actually help her win. your longwear makeup might stay on, ♪ but will it stay fabulous 'til 5 o'clock? it will if it's new outlast stay fabulous foundation from covergirl. what makes it so flawless hour after hour? primer, concealer and foundation, all in one. get the longwear that survives the 9 to 5, fabulously. new outlast stay fabulous foundation from easy, breezy, beautiful covergirl. . >>> ask her what it is like to have such a right winger for a brother. that is one of the questions you tweeted me to ask elizabeth colbert busch, stephen colbert's sister. she will be my guest in just moments, so keep those questions coming, come on. copd makes it hard to breathe, but with advair, i'm breathing better. so now i can be in the scene. advair is clinically proven to help significantly improve lung function. unlike most copd medications
nation." i watched you on colbert. he asked you to repudiate the obama three times before the cock crows. [laughter] >> he said at the end that i filibustered him. >> he went after you. >> one of the bright lights in the bush era was when he spoke of the white house correspondents' dinner. you rarely see someone in your face. it was at that moment when the country was -- it was really a rebuke to journalists. remember? >> i went on his show as a journalist. i was sweating. he explains from then on he will be in character. he said i am a person who has willful disregard for everything you believe in. [laughter] >> you kind of have to do a mindset check. it is very confusing. >> last year, the obama administration had a package of recommendations that appeared to be dead on arrival. why? >> examples-simpson? >> i am assuming. -- is that the bulls-simpson? -- simpson-bowles? >> i am assuming. >> i think there was pushed back in the right way. the commission was focused on cuts and not investments. the great deficit in this country is the investment deficit, the investment in people and infr
of communism. [cheers and applause] this is "the colbert report." [cheers and applause] ["the colbert report" theme music playing] captioning sponsored by comedy central [eagle caw] [cheers and applause] welcome. thank you so much, everybody. [crowd chanting stephen] thank you have much. please, sit down, nation. [cheers and applause] welcome -- welcome to the broadcast presented tonight with limited commercial interruptions. good to have you with us. folks, i'm still coming down from last night's superbowl rager. i had the whole wrecking crew over and they brought it. and by it, i mean a lovely spinach dip bread bowl, courtesy of lou dawg. [ laughter ] woof woof! the dog is loose! the dog is in the house! and wants his serving tray back at some point! [ laughter ] it was a superbowl for the ages. a photo finish, squeaker at the buzzer, aaaaand who won? who won? the ravens. the ravens won. [ laughter ] good, good. perfect. [ applause ] sounds great. bonus! now ray lewis has as many superbowl rings as murder indictments. [ laughter ] evens it out. but of course, the real winners were american
stewart. see you next week. good night. [cheers and applause] ["the colbert report" theme music playing] [cheers an captioning sponsored by comedy central ( cheers and applause ) [crowd chanting stephen] >> stephen: welcome to the report, everybody. good to have you with us. please, nation, sit down. as an american i don't like to talk about other countries that are not us. with their crazy names -- "notamerica-stan." [laughter] but tonight, every single story i will be reporting on comes from another country. i'm not happy about it either. blame the u.n. [laughter] first up, a story that is rocking theworld of meat. >> the united kingdom's meat industry is in disarray after horse meat was discovered in products intended for humans. >> food giant nestle suspending some of its deliveries after traces of horse dna were found in the meat. >> stores in britain, france and sweden now yanking beef products off the shelves over a horse meat scare. >> burger king admits some of its patties in england and ireland were tainted with horse meat. >> stephen: someone in europe is trying to slip you t
in the rest of the district, too. >> thank you, dick. >> thank you. elizabeth colbert busch will be my guest for a last word exclusive. her first national television interview tomorrow. >>> the demolition party. let's play "hardball." ♪ >>> good evening. i'm chris matthews in washington. let me start with this. it's what the president started today, an all-out challenge to the republicans to stop these crazy manufactured crises we've been having. every few months now we've got another deadline, another abyss, another coming government shutdown. this brinksmanship has become elemental to american politics. republicans now threaten to bring government down to a crashing halt regularly. democrats have to plead with them, practically beg them not to do it. well, this torpedo politics, if you want to call it that, started with newt gingrich in the '90s he was the first right wing radical saying making government work isn't our job, bring it down is our job. bring it to our level is. destroy it, get people to lose faith in it. lose faith in the ability of the country to do something right. today
, is politics always a topic of conversation around the colbert household? >> politics is an interest because it was part of our lives in washington, d.c. where local news was national news. it was part of our lives just by where we were located. politics is a fascinating subject and we talked about it around the table along with many other things. >> let me do the fun part. better know your district. make it multiple choice. let me start with charleston was founded in 1870, 1770, 1670. >> i would say b. >> they got you there. it's c. 1670. >> i'm sorry. i thought 1670 was b. >> fair enough. >> it's 1670. >> let me go to 1670. charleston is the home to one of the following historic firsts. the first public college, the first military college, or the first all women's school? >> the first public college. >> very nice. ding, ding, ding. no mishearing there. parts of this movie was shot in charleston. was it beasts of the southern wild, the patriot or the blindside. >> the patriot. >> very nice. look at this. two in a row. >> we will call a a non-answer there. final question. who has a better fo
democratic retreat friday. cowl lee and comedy central steven colbert got on stage together and sang the national anthem. it was described as a very good dramatic harmony. if they ever go on tour congressman crawowley said col better can be his back-up anytime. >> this blizzard hit this weekend in the united states. how bad was it? paul pastelok was with us lack week talking about what we could expect. he joins us to tell us what the hell happened. good morning. >> i wasn't in shock on the 30 or 40 inches that fell on southern connecticut as much as i just heard you say that queen and led zeppelin never won a grammy award. >> creed he knew clearwater revival never heard. >> i didn't know that. >> the who never won one. >> get out. really? >> my wife likes the who. i don't even know if she knows that stat. >> never won a graeme. >> check out buzzfeed. they've got the entire list. was it as big and as bad as we feared, paul? >> i think it was bad. the thing was, i didn't get a chance to look over the precipable water amounts but i did glance over th
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